Goes round and round, it always comes back to Sebastian Giovinco. The moves of Juventus for incoming, as regards the offensive department, mainly depend on the fate of the Juventus fantasist. If the Italian champions will find a solution for him, will complement the attack with an element in January, otherwise they may postpone the operation in June. Yesterday agents of the number 12 have confirmed that there are no concrete negotiations into play, and that the course of events will bring Giovinco to expiring contract and then free to sign for another club, from February onwards. Some request for the player, especially from England and Spain, as well as from Fiorentina, in truth has arrived, but did not change the position of the player. At least until now, willing to live on the edge for six months in bianconero before finding a home from June onwards on a free transfer.
The choice. In the event that the situation should crash (remains viable the prospect of a loan dry until June, which would allow Juventusto save 2 million gross of engagement, and Giovinco to return to play continuously), the Bianconeri would face a double option: take another fantasist – in pole there is Xherdan Shaqiri of Bayern Munchen – or anticipate times for a pure striker which is Simone Zaza.
Signatures shortly. The Sassuolo opens the passage of Zaza in Turin early as January, however, does not want to discount anything from 15 million euro agreed for the sell of the attacker. “My ambition is to get to play in a great team,” said Zaza to the site of UEFA. Words that confirm those even more eloquent, issued after the 1-1 against the champions of Italy on October 18: “Juventus are the best club in which I could go play.” The result, through the agent Christian Maifredi, arrived a few days ago: “Zaza is pointing Juventus from the beginning of his career.” Meanwhile, as anticipated, the same agent met with the senior management of Sassuolo for the renewal of the contract: agreement found for an extension until 2019 (one million net per year of engagement) and signatures expected before the end of the year, or at least in the early days of 2015.
The problem, for Zaza, are the 15 million which, at this moment, Juventus would struggle to turn to Sassuolo (which should agree to a deferred payment).